Peterson’s principles of oral and maxillofacial surgery, 3rd edition
Contributors Leon A. Assael and R. Bryan Bell affiliated with Oregon Health & Science University.
The role of obesity in cancer survival and recurrence : workshop summary
Contributor Bruce M. Wolfe affiliated with Oregon Health & Science University.
Shackelford’s surgery of the alimentary tract, 7th edition
Contributors John G. Hunter, Robert W. O’Rourke, Lee L. Swanstrom and Vassilliki Liana Tsikitis affiliated with Oregon Health & Science University.
Information literacy is “… the ability to find information efficiently and effectively, using appropriate research tools and search strategies, and the ability to critically evaluate information based on reliability, accuracy, authority, point of view or bias. It’s the ability to sift fact from fiction. It’s also the wisdom to recognize potential personal safety and privacy risks when using the Internet and social media. It’s a life skill for the digital age.” (Courtesy of Washington County Cooperative Library Services)
For more information about what Oregon is doing in regards to information literacy across the curriculum and throughout libraries in the state, go to:
NCME TV http://www.ncmetv.com/signin.aspx
Did you know the library provides easy access to Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits – online? Choose one or more areas of interest and receive notices in your email regarding CME opportunities.
Example areas of interest include: Allergy, Anesthesiology, Cardiovascular Diseases, Critical Care Medicine, Dermatology, Family Practice, Geriatrics, Hematology, Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Internal Medicine, Maternal and Fetal Medicine, Medical Microbiology, Neoplastic Diseases, Nuclear Medicine, Pathology, Pharmacy, Psychiatry, Public Health, Primary Care, Hospital Administration, Laboratory Science and Quality Assurance. More details are available at: http://www.ncmetv.com
Sign up! http://www.ncmetv.com/Register.aspx
Access code information. https://login.liboff.ohsu.edu/login?url=https://illiad.ohsu.edu/illiad/ejrestrict/ohsuonlyncmetv.shtml
**NOTICE** NCME TV is now part of Health E Galaxy. As part of this change, headquarters are relocating in mid October.
Please note the following important information:
Servers will be down starting on Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 6:00 PM Eastern Time. During this time the NCME TV service will not be accessible.
It is expected the site will be available again beginning Tuesday, October 16 at 6:00 PM Eastern Time, if not sooner.
Didn’t find that resource you needed at the library? Recommend a purchase!
The OHSU Library welcomes suggestions for purchase from faculty, students, and staff for materials which support University’s research, teaching and healing mission. All requests are considered as the budget allows. To help the Library prioritize these requests, we ask that you fill out the form and indicate the reason this material should be added to our collection.
You may also contact:
Emily McElroy, email@example.com / 503-494-6659 – Journal recommendations
Kristina DeShazo, firstname.lastname@example.org / 503-494-1637 – Book and Database recommendations
More about the OHSU Collection Development policy, the process of selection, selection priorities and criteria, and journal additions and cancellations, can be found on the Collection Development Committee page http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/education/library/about/departments/colldevcomm.cfm.
The interface for finding online seminars from leading biomedical experts within the Henry Stewart Talks collection has been redesigned to make it easier to quickly find relevant audio visual presentations by leading authorities, including Nobel Laureates and OHSU faculty.
The collection is relevant to all faculty, researchers and students in medicine, biomedical and life sciences and pharmacy. It provides access to over 1,500 specially commissioned talks in the format of slides with synchronized narration, arranged into comprehensive series. The talks are ideal for independent research and for teaching, including distance learning.
Featured lectures from OHSU faculty include:
Prof. Brian Druker
Imatinib as a Paradigm of Targeted Cancer Therapies (38 mins)
Prof. David Barker
The Developmental Origins of Obesity (29 mins)
Since each talk has a unique URL, faculty can incorporate the talks into a teaching environment like Sakai. Students appreciate the visual format of the talks and the opportunity to attend lectures by leading world experts 24/7.
View the entire collection at: https://login.liboff.ohsu.edu/login?url=http://www.hstalks.com
The OHSU Library, with various other health sciences libraries, have joined USC’s health sciences library in conducting a technology survey of incoming students this fall.
The purpose of this survey is to find out about the technology you already use and/or would be comfortable using.
This short survey will run from September 21, 2012 to November 10, 2012 and should only take 5-10 minutes to fill out.
Please consider helping out the health sciences student community by taking 5-10 minutes to fill out this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HMWQBVB
If you have questions about this, please contact Laura Zeigen (email@example.com, 503-494-0505) or firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-494-3462.
Why does the OHSU Library staff do what they do? Check this short video to find out! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FR1tvuNvozQ
Starting Monday, September 24, 2012, the OHSU Science and Engineering Library (SEL) will be open Monday-Friday, 12:00pm-4:00pm.
The SEL will continue to provide a full suite of services, including access to the print and electronic collections, reference support, book and journal checkout, paging, interlibrary loan, reserves, and access to OHSU workstations and the photocopier/scanner.
Please contact Chris Shaffer at email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
The Digital Resources Library will be upgraded on Monday, September 24th, 2012 at 6:00pm. End-users will experience a brief outage of searching capabilities during the time of the update. We apologize for the inconvenience.